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Jeff Abbott

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Jeff Abbott is an independent journalist currently based out of Guatemala. His work has appeared in NACLA Report on the AmericasIn These Times, and Upside Down World. Follow him on Twitter @palabrasdeabajo.

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The former Guatemalan dictator leaves behind a legacy as “a genocidaire against indigenous people.” more

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Jeff Abbott

Fear of violence driven by the U.S.-backed Hernández administration is driving many Honduran youths to seek safe haven in the United States. more

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The Honduran government has brought at least 179 criminal cases against activists for simply protesting what they believe to be electoral fraud. The people of Honduras desperately need support to defend their democracy. more

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Jeff Abbott

Trump’s lack of condemnation of the situation in Honduras may lie in the fact that the Hernández government has become an important ally in the United States's efforts to stop immigration. But ignoring the protests will likely only make things worse. more

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“The people remain mobilized. This is not going to end.” more

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Elite police forces refuse to crack down on popular uprisings after the country's questionable presidential election. more

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Andres Thomas Conteris

Hondurans are protesting the outcome of an intense presidential race that gave the election to the rightwing incumbent, contrary to initial results. The country is in a full-scale crisis—highways blocked, fires started, and one death. more

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JEFF ABBOTT

As a result of Trump's the politics, there are fewer migrants heading north through Mexico, but greater violence against them. more

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The threat of violent repression lingers as Oaxaca City fights for their students' education. more

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